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Richmond Inn Guesthouse

Clondra, Co. Longford


Rating: 3 Star Rating

Rooms: 5

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Call Centre: 01 808 4418 in Ireland, +353 1 808 4418 International

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About Richmond Inn Guesthouse

The Richmond Inn licensed guesthouse overlooks Richmond harbour in the picturesque village of Clondra, 5km from Longford town. All bedrooms are ensuite, tastefully decorated and equipped to a high standard. Excellent cuisine, friendly service with apersonal touch makes the Richmond Inn Guesthouse the favourite with home & overseas visitors. Ideal base for a fishing holiday or touring the mid–west.
This was once a flax mill built in 1821. It was converted into a pub in the 1930’s. Your hosts for the las 23 years are Des & Frances Mc Partland who assume their patrons with a warm welcome. There is live entertainment several times a year & for special occasions. Des & Frances Cater for parties big or small.

Richmond Inn Guesthouse Rooms

In the past two years Des & Frances have added five guest bedrooms to their pub, all ensuite.

Richmond Inn Guesthouse Location

Clondra, Co. Longford, Ireland.


There's a drying room and bait store at the Inn and the River Shannon and numerous other small lakes and rivers are within easy reach. Des is more than willing to offer his advice as to where the current "hotspots" are to be found, local catches include hybrids, perch, pike, bream, tench, rudd and brown trout.

Besides fishing there are plenty of other attractions & amenities to keep the visitors busy. Walking, cycling, indoor & outdoor swimming, 18 hole golf courses, pitch & putt, horse riding & greyhound racing as well as a wealth of historic monuments & ancient sites e.g. Kenagh Interpretative Centre with its 2000 year old trackway and Ardagh, the tidiest village in Ireland.